Although he's a Philadelphia native, Bill Cosby adopted Massachusetts as his second home after attending UMass-Amherst in the 1970s while earning his master's degree.
The comedy icon spent last Saturday at Gillette Stadium, rooting on his alma mater in its first home football game as a Division I FBS school. Unfortunately, the Minutemen were beaten handily by Indiana, 45-6.
Cosby, along with Red Sox chairman Tom Werner, stopped by Red Sox First Pitch on Thursday night to declare himself available to Bobby Valentine for an inning or two.
Check out the video above with Tom Caron, Cosby and Werner to see all the fun.